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Sitka Gearslinger | By Maxpedition

The Sitka Gearslinger is a single shoulder backpack designed to maximize utility when the bag is rotated towards the front of your body. The bag features a 15" main compartment able to fit a 15" MacBook Pro, a hydration compartment, a Water bottle pocket, and plenty of pockets and compartments. Perfect bag for everyday carry, built to last and well thought out.

Also check out the Tarahumara Pack by Hill People Gear




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SKYSAVER

Do you work or live in a multi-story building? Are you prepared for the risk of a fire? Preparing and practicing a fire escape plan is essential and greatly increases the chances of surviving, SkySaver is the ultimate personal rescue device, making escaping easy. The portable escape kit is lightweight and easy to use, simply strap on the backpack, attach the fire-resistant cable to a secure anchor point, exit the nearest window, and the SkySaver will slowly and auto...
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RANSOM X ADIDAS SUMMIT DARK SAND BOOTS

Sportswear giants Adidas have done another collaboration this time with Canadian brand Ransom. The boot is part of a collection called "Never Ending Path". Inspired by hiking boots this model was appropriately named Summit, they are made of a thick pleasant leather texture and are water-repellent making it perfect for the harsh winter conditions....
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OG BACKPACK | BY TRAKKE

Trakke is a recent brand from Scotland, they create products for the everyday adventurer that is durable, versatile and timeless. Their no-nonsense Og Backpack is a sleek lightweight companion for adventure in even the harshest conditions. Made from Ventile cotton with a durable waxed cotton base, the pack features a large compartment for stowing all your expedition kit, and the roll-top closure ensures the elements stay out. ...
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